Uridashi bonds are retail-targeted denominated higher yielding bonds (up to three years) in a non-yen currency for Japanese investors. Thety are often in AUD, NZD, USD etc...
GVI Jay 17:32 GMT June 14, 2007
In addition, Kyodo news reported that Japanese investment trust holdings for foreign stocks had outpaced domestic stock holdings for the first time and along with talk of new launches into foreign assets including AUD fund launches and uridashi issuances and to add an icing to the cake, U.S. treasury FX report appeared to support Japan's low interest policy were enough to make sense of the sell-off of the JPY.
Provo John 12:50 GMT October 13, 2004
Flip, re Nzd, saw a piece that stated Uridashi bonds were already double (so far) in October over September.